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Issue 365 - 14 February 2013

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Industry News
OHS managers out-earn bosses
Bullying review greeted with caution
Right to silence clarified
Rebuke on building code
Jailed for fraud
Safe Work Australia Awards
Training News
WHS Principles of Compliance
New South Wales / Australian Capital Territory
South Australia
NSCA Announcements
Adelaide Breakfast Forum
Release of Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2013
Spotlight on safety at NMW 2013
Career Watch
Injury Management Coordinator (NSW)
Injury Management Consultant (NSW)
RTW Coordinator (NSW)
Project Risk Manager (NSW)
Rail Safety and Assurance Manager (NSW)
HSE Advisor Roads (NSW)
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Adelaide Breakfast Forum

Expert advice from our panel on practical solutions for SA workers and businesses on the new Work Health & Safety laws

Discover what you and your business need to know with the new Work Health & Safety (WHS) laws and learn strategies to achieve or maintain compliance.


Wednesday 6 March 2013


7am – 9am


Free (registration is essential)


Reserve your place at


Festival Function Centre,
292 Findon Road, Findon
(free parking available)


Thursday 28 February 2013

A light breakfast is provided so registration is essential.

This event provides unique access to risk management, legal and government professionals in an open forum. Key advice on the new legislation including WHS roles, obligations, exercising Due Diligence, and the opportunity to ask questions that most affect your business.

Meet our Panel of Experts

Juanita Lovatt


Juanita Lovatt,
Director of Strategic Interventions Group at SafeWork SA

Luke Holland


Luke Holland,
Partner at Sparke
Helmore Lawyers

Ennio Bianchi


Ennio Bianchi,
Principal - Risk
Management at NSCA

Bernie Doyle


Bernie Doyle,

President at NSCA


Following the breakfast the NSCA presents:
WHS Harmonisation and Due Diligence Overview Workshop

Directly after the Breakfast Panel the NSCA will run a condensed 3 hour WHS Harmonisation and Due Diligence workshop at the same venue.

For only $200 - a saving of $150, we encourage all breakfast event delegates to attend - Officers, Senior Managers, small business owners, Directors or CEOs of an organisation.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
• Understand key elements of the new WHS Act
• Understand the responsibility and duty of care of the PCBU and Officer
• Gain an understanding of what is required for their business to transition to the new WHS legislation.

Pre registration is essential


10am – 1pm


$200 (incl GST) normally $350


Reserve and pay for your place at


Thursday 28th February 2013

For further information, please contact 1800 655 510 or email

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